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Must Have Fishing Gear for 2021: 13 Things Your Tackle Box Needs

Looking for the must-have fishing gear for 2021? You're in the right place. In this post, you'll find all the gear you need to beef up your tackle box for this season.

New Year = New Gear

Are you looking to improve your fishing game in 2021? If you've realized that your tackle box is looking a little sparse, don’t worry. In this post, you'll learn about the best fishing gear for 2021.

If you are seriously ready to up your fishing game, look no further for the must-have fishing gear of 2021!

The 13 Must-Have Fishing Gear Items of 2021

Here are our choices for must have fishing gear. Did I miss one? Let me know in the comments below.

Here are our picks for 13 must have fishing gear items for this year:

  1. Livetarget Hollow Body Frog
  2. Fishing Line (Sunline Super FC Sniper)
  3. Aluminum Fishing Pliers (Piscifun)
  4. Fish’n Fillet Knife (Rapala)
  5. Insect Repellent Lotion (3M Ultrathon)
  6. Stay-Put Sunscreen Lotion (Sawyer Products)
  7. Basic First Aid Kit
  8. Portable Fish Lip Grabber and Scale (Piscifun)
  9. Super Bright LED Headlamp
  10. SF Hook File
  11. Fishing Gloves (Berkley)
  12. Rose Kuli Multi Jointed Fishing Lure
  13. Yamamoto Senko Bait

See details & information on each item, written by Bryan Haines.

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May 8, 2022

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